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Easter showings at the Churchill Theatre

PUBLISHED: 16:30 09 March 2018

Cirque Berserk. Picture: The Churchill Theatre

Cirque Berserk. Picture: The Churchill Theatre

Copyright Piet-Hein Out 2016

Ten egg-cellent productions will be taking place at Churchill Theatre over the school Easter holiday (Friday March 30 – Sun April 15), for both children and adults alike!

New production Walk Right Back. Picture: The Churchill Theatre New production Walk Right Back. Picture: The Churchill Theatre

·Cirque Berserk (March 28 - April 2)

This adrenaline-fuelled production will be kick-starting the fortnight of entertainment.

From limboing under a bar of fire to the world’s most dangerous circus act, the legendary motorcycle Globe of Death, Zippos Cirque Berserk promises a danger-filled spectacle.

·The Importance of Being Earnest (Tuesday, April 3 - Saturday April 7)

Folk singer Kate Rusby. Picture: The Churchill Theatre Folk singer Kate Rusby. Picture: The Churchill Theatre

By the master of comedy Oscar Wilde, this play will make a welcome visit to Bromley with its wonderful wit, delicious decadent and classic revival from The Original Theatre Company.

·’Allo ‘Allo Again (Saturday, April 14)

A visual feast of laughter and music, with Keith ‘Paddington’ Richards at the piano, as Sue Hodge recalls the antics of the well-loved cast in the golden age of TV comedy 25 years on.

·Milton Jones Is Out There (Sunday, April 8)

The Little Mix Experience. Picture: The Churchill Theatre The Little Mix Experience. Picture: The Churchill Theatre

No, really out there and this time he hasn’t just forgotten his keys.

He’s holding up the mirror of truth to society, and he can see right through it, which means it’s probably just a window.

·Ed Bryne: Spoiler Alert (Tuesday, April 10)

Ed will be asking questions such as ‘Is life that bad or have we good reason to complain about it?’, ‘Are we righteous anger at a world gone wrong or are we just a bunch of whiny little brats?’ and so much more.

Ed Byrne answers questions in SPiler Alert. Picture: The Churchill Theatre Ed Byrne answers questions in SPiler Alert. Picture: The Churchill Theatre

·The Little Mix Experience (Monday, April 9)

The girl band tribute will wow audiences with some of the group’s classics in what promises to be a memorable experience

· Kate Rusby (Tuesday, April 12)

The folk singer will be celebrating her 25th year in the industry with some of her all-time favourites

·Musicals

Brand-new production of the most successful duo of all time, The Everly Brothers, in Walk Right Back, will take place on Monday, April 9, while Drunken Nights - The Story of The Dubliners will be returning with an even bigger production as they bring to life the music of Ireland’s favourite songsters on Wednesday, April 11.

·And for the new kids on the block, My First Ballet: Swan Lake (Saturday April 14 and Sunday April 15) where children will be given a taste of the magical world of ballet with the most famous ballet of them all.

To book, call the theatre’s Box Office on 020 3285 6000 or visit churchilltheatre.co.uk

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